ExxonMobil selects southwest Arkansas to start its North American lithium production, demonstrating “leadership in energy transition.”
Initiatives on the federal, state, and local levels need to align to boost a STEM-savvy workforce.
SIG SAUER will expand its manufacturing operations in Jacksonville, creating 625 jobs. Family Dollar returns to West Memphis with transformed distribution center.
New Hybar LLC rebar mill will create a total of 200 jobs in northeast Arkansas; Westrock Coffee will create 600 jobs in Conway
An Irish firm expands in Sherwood, Arkansas, and outdoor recreation is a focus in The Natural State.
The logistics industry is a multi-billion dollar sector that connects producers and consumers to deliver the right products at the right time.
The National Science Foundation will provide the award to 44 unique teams spanning universities, nonprofits, businesses, and others towards creating local innovation ecosystems.
The 207,285-square-foot cold storage facility is expected to create 50 new jobs in Springdale, Arkansas when construction is completed in 2024.
Owens Corning, a building materials manufacturer, and RelateCare, a healthcare organization, have announced plans for facilities in Arkansas.
Locations are attracting aerospace & defense companies with highly educated workers, advanced manufacturing capabilities, and supply chain networks.
Utilities help keep economies growing: These Top Utilities of 2023 provide energy and play a vital role in the site selection process.
In response to market forces, companies across the auto industry are seeking sites that support their production, supply chain, and other demands.
Fiocchi will invest $41.5 million to build a new ammunition primer manufacturing facility on a 281-acre site in the Port of Little Rock.
Sustainable scrap metal recycling and steel production company Highbar LLC will invest $500 million to build the mill on a greenfield site near Osceola, AR.
GoTextbooks’ Little Rock expansion will create 200 new jobs, Bryce Corporation’s new manufacturing facility will create 142 positions in Searcy.
Part of the American Rescue Plan, the program through the U.S. EDA focuses on assisting innovations in workforce development.
Texas, Michigan, California have each nabbed top industry rankings in Business Facilities' 18th Annual Rankings Report.
A steady stream of new and expanding business keeps Arkansas moving, backed by the Natural State's great quality of life.
The technology solutions integrator's expansion project will create an additional 116 jobs in Lowell, AR.
Systems Group's El Dorado fabrication and machine shop expansion will participate in the AEDC’s Advantage Arkansas program.